Short Courses 2020-2021
Current schedule of Short Courses run by the School of Health and Related Research.
Our current program of short courses is below, but if you are interested in something not listed below, or would like to discuss us bringing one of our courses to you, please contact ScHARR Short Course Unit to discuss a bespoke course.
All courses offer an early bird rate (EBR - a discount price of at least £100!) for booking before the given date. You can also get group booking discounts of 20% for bookings of four or more people (booking on to the same course, at the same time), please contact ScHARR Short Course Unit to discuss further.
|Evidence Synthesis of Qualitative Research in Europe (ESQUIRE) 2021||Monday 6th - Wednesday 8th September 2021|
|How to Critically Appraise Research||Tuesday, 21st September 2021|
|Designing Qualitative Research with Randomised Controlled Trials (NEW)||Tuesday, 28th September 2021|
|An Introduction to the Diversity of Qualitative Research Methods (Previously ERA)||Tuesday, 5th October 2021|
|Qualitative Research Methods: Advanced Theory and Practice (Previously ERA)||Wednesday, 6th October 2021|
|Advanced Simulation Methods||Tuesday, 19th - Thursday, 21st October 2021|
|Introduction to Adaptive Designs with Application (2 days) NEW COURSE||Tuesday, 8th - Wednesday, 9th November 2021|
Coronavirus Update July 2020
Following government advice, and in accordance with university policy, all ScHARR Short courses scheduled up to the end of December 2020, have been cancelled. All current delegates booked on to these courses have already been directly contacted to advise of the situation. All courses have been rescheduled for 2021, and our ScHARR Short Courses Schedule has the most up to date information.
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We recognise the pressures of studying and working at the same time. Short courses offer a flexible and alternative approach that can be completed to suit your work schedule. We offer variety in our portfolio of learning that will help you develop new analytical skills, in-depth disciplinary knowledge and the capacity to deploy critical thinking, all of which are essential to work effectively in health related organisations in a globalised world.
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